Wake Up and Depuff Tired Eyes With Roll-On Eye CreamApril 06, 2022
We all have those mornings when we wake up with prominent dark circles or under-eye bags. Whether the cause is due to lack of sleep, salty food before bed or even allergy season, rest assured there’s an easy way to look more refreshed. Enter, roll-on eye treatments. Depending on the formula you choose, they have the potential to target a range of under-eye concerns and double as under-eye depuffers due to their cooling rollerballs. Ahead, check out our recommendations to find the right formula for you.
Garnier SkinActive Clearly Brighter Anti-Puff Eye Roller
Tackle dark circles and puffiness with this caffeine and vitamin C-infused gel formula. Gently roll it under your eyes for an instant cooling sensation.
Lancôme Energie de Vie Illuminating Eye Gel
For a refreshing cooling sensation that can help depuff the under eye area, try this eye gel. It’s formulated with antioxidants and caffeine to hydrate and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Pacifica Rose Jelly Beauty Sleep Undereye Gel
Lightly squeeze this tube to dispense the gel onto the attached cool glass rollerball and apply on your under-eye area. This affordable, cruelty-free and vegan formula is perfect for all skin types.
Innisfree Green Tea Seed Eye & Face Ball
Use this green tea-infused serum rollerball on your under-eyes to soothe tired eyes and fight the signs of aging. It’s formulated with green tea and amino acids to restore skin to a youthful, fresh and dewy state.
Bliss Eye Do All Things
This eye gel has a light blue sheen to help minimize under-eye shadows. We recommend using it before bed and pre-makeup application.
E.l.f Cosmetics Eye Refresh
Available for $4, this eye roller targets under eye puffiness and dark circles at a wallet-friendly price. It’s made with pomegranate, rosemary, green tea, cucumber and grape to hydrate and nourish the skin.
Photo: Chaunte Vaughn, Props Styling: Katrina Rozeville
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